East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
8th Altofest International Contemporary Live Arts Festival (Naples, Italy)
ALTOFEST 2018 – 8th Edition
TO GIVE RISE TO a Human/Urban Regeneration
29th June > 8th July NAPOLI, ITALY
Residency + Program
We invite you to send us your proposal
[deadline 7th January 2018]
Proposals may refer to one or more finished and already debuted works. Works must be original. Subject, contents and themes of the proposals are free.
Proposals will be considered only if regarding Live Arts field (theatre, dance, performance, and their cross-disciplinary declinations).
With no distinction among nationality, language or age. Amateur groups are excluded.
Artist will be invited in a residency to re-qualify their work, for a period of 5 days. The work will be then open to the audience during the following 5 days. The presence of the artist is required for the entire period of Altofest, for a period of 10 days.
Altofest ensures accommodation, subsistence, and a lump sum, follow the terms and conditions written in the regulation document, that you will find at this link: http://bit.ly/altofest18eng
Proposals have to be sent filling the online form, that you will find at the previous link: http://bit.ly/altofest18eng
The form is the one and only way to collect the artistic proposals for Altofest 2018.
For further information and/or questions, please write to [email protected]
ALTOFEST was born to GIVE RISE to a community that generates a critical thinking, that is constantly on the alert regarding every attempt of imposing a depersonalized cultural proposal. A community that is able to recognize culture as a primary good, of which feeling a daily need. We try to insert a process athwart the several social elements of the urban fabric, putting them into dialogue. The connection is given by the foreign, external sight, that expresses itself in the plurality of artistic languages that are hosted in the festival. These semantic interferences give to the community the occasion of speaking to each other in a neutral language, meeting in a shared space for risking.